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Stated first edition bound in green cloth. A near fine copy in a very good dust jacket. Dust soiling to the edges of the book's upper page block. The dust jacket has rubs to its spine tips and corners. Small tears and light wear to the panels' upper edges. Signed and inscribed by Lacey on the title page.
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Cat Fever is an excellent first work that evokes the style of a young F. Scott Fitzgerald.From the Author:
Cat Fever is a love story contained within a murder mystery set it in the two cities I know best, Cleveland and San Francisco. The 20-page Prologue sets ambitious goals for the work and provides readers with the suspense and motivation to read the love story to solve the murder mystery. My goal was to fulfill a literary challenge set forth by F. Scott Fitzgerald: "If you have anything to say you have got to feel it so desperately that you will find some way to say it that nobody has ever found before, so that the thing you have to say and the way of saying it blend as one matter, as indissolubly as if they were conceived together." Critics may not appreciate it, but I'm convinced I've done it. The entire Prologue is available at my website ricklacey.net.
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Book Description Oct 01, 1994. Condition: Used: Very Good. Publisher: Date of Publication: Binding: Edition: Condition: Very goodDescription: Seller Inventory # 116522
Book Description Karson Pub, 1994. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG0964246600